A mass grave has been discovered in Sudan’s West Darfur state, with at least 87 bodies, as a regional summit hosted by Egypt to help solve the crisis in Sudan gets under way.

The United Nations human rights office today said that it had credible information that the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF), were responsible, the same day the summit kicked off in Cairo. The UN said the mass grave includes the bodies of Masalit people, an indication of the ethnically-motivated fighting taking place in Sudan

For the second time in less than a week, protests have erupted in Nairobi and other major cities in Kenya, bringing businesses to a standstill and causing major disruptions around the country.

A police official said officers killed six people and more than 10 others were taken to hospitals. The official said the six who were killed were shot for disrupting businesses, without elaborating. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for civil disobedience and weekly nationwide protests against President William Ruto’s government and recent tax hikes and […]

Preparations are at an advanced stage for the 60th birthday celebration of King Letsie III, next Monday at Setsoto Stadium.

As part of preparations for numerous festivities, security forces have begun rehearsals for the spectacular ceremony, with crowds gathering to have a peek. Over 511 parading soldiers called first and second Infantry Battalion, mounted police, musicians and paratroopers have come together to rehearse for this birthday celebration of the King.  The Principal Secretary at the Ministry of Home Affairs […]

Karabo ea Bophelo through its Savings and Internal Lending’s Communities will hand over chairs to Sekamaneng Area Chief’s office on Saturday, as part of extending a helping hand to the community.

This was confirmed by Karabo ea Bophelo OVC Dreams District Coordinator Mr. Lebohang Mzaku yesterday Mzaku said this comes after a year of running their community’s developmental programmes which include empowering them with skills on financial literacy and having a clear knowledge between the needs and wants. He pointed out that during their tenure within […]

Following a temporary appointment of Ambassador Motlatsi Ramafole as the Government Secretary, some members of the public say that, the government should stop recycling people for positions, as there are many Basotho who are in dire need of jobs and who are capable and qualified for these positions

Ambassador Ramafole has been appointed the new Government Secretary on contractual basis from July 11th to September 30th this year. One of these concerned Basotho Mr. Thamae Lekoro said that, he does not understand why government has chosen to give the position to Ambassador Ramafole saying that, the current government is not different from the […]